Pants are the new Fortune Cookies. But hey, it’s good advice.
He’s handling it the same way I would. Nothing’s wrong. Everything’s cool. I just finished a wonderful dinner and feel like whistling. (via theblemish.com)
Wardrobe malfunction! Unfortunately, nothing was exposed. View Media ›
Pants are much more than just pants. The are the very definition of modernity.
Oh, wait… This was on a proof that almost went to print, but was caught before it wound up scarring children/subliminally enticing lonely housewives in Barnes and Noble. Cannot be unseen. View Image ›
Pants? We don’t need no stinkin’ pants! Watch Video ›
Oxymoron. Leggings do not equal pants, and gauchos do not equal dressy. View Image ›
Every day girls around the world unwittingly leave the house without pants on. Confused at the difference between jeggings and jeans, seduced by the comfort of stretchy leggings—we’ve all seen victims of GLHP (Girls Leaving the House Pantsless) Syndrome. Am I Wearing Pants? is a self-check guide for girls to help end the see through clothing, visible panty line, camel toe nightmare. Read More ›
Do the other clowns huddle in the corner and laugh at you, instead of with you? Perhaps it’s time to upgrade your tired, mildly amusing pants with these fresh, new, completely ridiculous pants from Loud Mouth . View List ›
You gotta give it up to this guy, he stays focused on the task at hand. Watch Video ›
Reading pants is an important tool in forensic pantsology.
Man is very upset about his misplaced dry cleaning.
My pants love you.
When presidents order pants, they do it with style. An animation of a now legendary phone call made by Lyndon Johnson to the Haggar clothing company regarding his trousers. Watch Video ›
Wonder Woman #600, out in comic stores yesterday, introduces a new costume for Wonder Woman. View Image ›
Either this guy is a ballsy pickpocket or he just has a really awful, demeaning job. View Image ›
This is the guide that police in Flint, MI, have provided to help you navigate the tricky waters of sagging pants without gettting fined and/or thrown in jail. They wrote “crackdown.” Ha. Haha. View Image ›
I can usually pull off at least half of the requirements for the dudes’ version. View Image ›
Various cities have instituted a laws to deter people from sagging their pants. In Lynwood, Illinois people caught showing three or more inches of underwear will be fined $25 and in Delcambre, Louisiana, the penalty can be as stiff as a $500 fine and a six-month jail sentence. The American Civil Liberties Union thinks this targets young men of color, although one might argue that it simply targets the sloppily dressed. I wonder if they’ll ever go after all those fixed-gear bike riders with one pant leg rolled up. Read More ›